Description - Princess Peepers by Pam Calvert
A funny story about a child trying to fit in with others. Princess Peepers tries to fit in with the other princesses - a scenario young children can identify with. Girls love princesses! Children who wear glasses especially will find this warm-hearted story appealing. Princess Peepers loves wearing her glasses - until the other princesses at school make fun of her. What can Princess Peepers do? Take off her glasses! But that leads her into all kinds of trouble. Can she prove she doesn't need her glasses and get to the ball in time to dance with the prince? Find out in this hilarious story, as Princess Peepers changes the rules of cool around the castle. Pam Calvert is the author of Multiplying Menace- The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin. She lives in California, USA. Tuesday Mourning is an illustrator of both adult and children's books and lives in Tennessee, USA. Both wore glasses whilst growing up.
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(264mm x 237mm x 11mm)
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
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Book Review: Princess Peepers by Pam Calvert - Reviewed by Sheepcoate (09 Jan 2013)
Princess Peepers was a fun read and also pushes a subtle message to kids in a unassuming way. Princess Peepers loves glasses or all sorts. She has glasses for every occasion and to match every dress. Unfortunately this is not the way of the Princess and she is teased by her peers. So the Princess Peepers decides that she must be like the others and removes her glasses, what follows is quite amusing and will have you laughing out loud.
The book tells you that wearing glasses is acceptable and to be yourself is just fine. A well-illustrated kids book which they can re-read many a time.